Monday, 20 February 2017

Sincerely Yours, Beauxoxo!


With only a pesky cough, I made my way to Glasgow city to the Kelvingrove Museum as the Mucha exhibition was coming to an end. Having to leave later in the afternoon due to Noemie's dance classes, the museum was heavily packed. But, any museum is my happy place, so I didn't mind too much. Making my way around the beautiful art is like opening presents at Christmas time. The scatters of wonderful colours on canvas, the smooth shaped marble of carved statues to the intricate details of lace from the antique textiles. 
I went there wearing my amazing beret that I won from the fantastic Beauxoxo, in my favourite colour blue, it's lovingly scattered with Marie Antoinette embroideries. I didn't get far walking around without someone stopping to admire my hat, which was quite lovely. A beautiful lady even stopped to share her admiration for it with a smiling face. What I love about the beret the most though, is that it's handmade by a wonderful gal named Georgie!! I won this from one of her competitions, I didn't think I'd win, so I was overjoyed when I woke up to find a tag on Instagram telling me that I'd won from my entry on Facebook. 
I love wearing berets, it's a great way to hide messy hair like mine and adds such a sophisticated touch to an outfit. The lighting in the museum was a touch darker than it usually is, so some of the pictures were tricky to take, but it beat taking them outside where it was cold and wet. Now that I'm better, I'll work towards having not only an outfit post each week, but regular postings here on the blog. I hope you enjoy & be sure to check out Beauxoxo for not only gorgeous berets, but many other darling hair accessories, I love them so!! Thank you all for the lovely get well messages, I've appreciated them greatly, so sweet you all are (hugs)



{Dainty Boudoir: Beret - c/o Beauxoxo from a competition ; Top, Skirt & Tights - Ebay finds, Lipstick - Lime Crime}











Have a wonderful day dolls